Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey discuss making The Who's fourth album, "Tommy."
Peter Gabriel's album "So" includes the single "Sledgehammer"; ironically, it knocks Genesis out of the number one spot.
Primal Scream's album, Screamadelica.
Brian Wilson discusses the Beach Boys' masterpiece.
Keith Richards discusses the Rolling Stones' 1969 release with Roger Scott.
Canadian rockers Rush reflect on their two most famous albums while charting the ups and downs of their bumpy ride to rock glory.
Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers' "Damn the Torpedoes."
Black Sabbath's "Paranoid" and "Iron Man."
Duran Duran's "Rio."
A series looking at the creation of classic albums documents the making of John Lennon's 1970 first post-Beatles solo album; regarded as a classic, it is a fierce, raw, emotionally painful yet beautiful album.
The Doors' self-titled album.
Jay-Z's 1996 debut album, Reasonable Doubt.
Frank Zappa's "Over-Nite Sensation."
Cream's sophomore release, Disraeli Gears.
Creation of an album that has stood the test of time.
Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of the Moon."
`A Night At The Opera', the fourth Queen album released in late 1975, is a mix of hard rock, pop, opera, music hall camp and traditional folk, utilising multi layered guitars, crunching riffs, and vocals harmonies.
Ace Of Spades propels Motorhead into the ranks of Heavy Metal's elite.
Motorhead: Ace of Spades.
Nirvana's album "Nevermind" affects rock music.
The making of Simply Red's mega-selling "Stars", with its hits "Something Got Me Started", "For Your Babies" and the title track.
"Hysteria" brings the British rock band Def Leppard acclaim in 1987.
Deep Purple's hit "Smoke on the Water" brings stardom to the group.
The Sex Pistols' rendition of the national anthem caused anarchy in the UK; these boys weren't pretty, but they weren't vacant either, as John Lydon, Steve Jones and Malcolm McLaren explain.
Judas Priest's album "British Steel" opens the era of British metal music.
"Elvis Presley," the singer's first album, is a sensation in 1956.
A profile of each track of the album "Transformer" features performances and interviews.
Heavy metal goes pop with the release of the album, making the group world-famous.
Elton John, "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road."
The band's first US top 40 record.
A jazz-rock album created by the musical band Steely Dan is examined.
Bob Marley & the Wailers' "Catch a Fire" album.
Archive footage and interviews with Meatloaf.
Phil Collins' "Face Value."
The making of "The Joshua Tree" is discussed with band members.
The members of Fleetwood Mac discuss the creativity behind their 1977 album "Rumours," which included the songs "Gold Dust Woman" and "Songbird.".
This show takes a look at the making of the 1968 album "Electric Ladyland" in a blend of words, music and rare archive footage, revealing a fascinating insight into the life of a musical genius.
The Band's "The Band."
The original band members who recorded Stevie Wonder's album "Songs in the Key of Life" reunite.
The Grateful Dead's "American Beauty."
Paul Simon and engineer Roy Halee discuss the work and influences that went into making the 1986 album "Graceland.".
Motorhead alcanzó el pináculo de su éxito artístico y comercial con 'Ace of Spades'. Las entrevistas con los miembros de la banda Lemmy, Phil Taylor y Eddie Clarke dan una idea de cómo era la vida en la banda de Heavy Metal.
Haciendo la mega venta de 'Stars' de Simply Red, con sus éxitos 'Something Got Me Started', 'For Your Babies' y el título de la grabación.